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specifically, one about the lack of health insurance in the united states and its effect on health and health care outcomes and share thinking on practical solutions to the primary physician care shortage we face. to start off, there's literature that is accrued over decades demonstrating a lack of health insurance is associated with decreased access to health care, and worse health outcomes. there's a six volume series earlier this century, and the conclusions were clear. subsequent work built on this evidence including my own that senator sanders mentioned in his opening statement, specifically, a paper published in 2009 in the american journal of public health linking lack of insurance to nearly 45,000 deaths among adults in the united states annually. the research is consistent, health insurance leads to significant benefits, and it's good for your health. gaping accessing -- gaining health insurance does not guarantee access to medical care, second part of the testimony, nor does it control costs, and, maps. singular innovation to make at the national level to reduce costs and improve ou
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